English translation of 'dispensador'
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Usted está, por ejemplo, tomando una copa en un pub, gira la cabeza y ve un dispensador de postales.El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1996)
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'dispensador' in Other Languages
British English: dispenser /dɪˈspɛnsə/ NOUN
A dispenser is a machine or container from which you can get things.
- American English: dispenser
- Arabic: مُوَزِّعٌ آليّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: dispensador
- Chinese: 自动售货机
- Croatian: dozator
- Czech: automat prodejní
- Danish: beholder
- Dutch: automaat
- European Spanish: dispensador
- Finnish: apteekkari
- French: distributeur
- German: Spender
- Greek: αυτόματος πωλητής
- Italian: erogatore
- Japanese: 調剤師
- Korean: 디스펜서
- Norwegian: beholder
- Polish: dozownik
- European Portuguese: máquina distribuidora
- Romanian: distribuitor
- Russian: торговый автомат
- Spanish: máquina expendedora
- Swedish: dispenser
- Thai: เครื่องจ่าย
- Turkish: dağıtıcı
- Ukrainian: роздавальний апарат
- Vietnamese: thiết bị phân phát
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